Adoption Paternity
Adoption Paternity

The DITC – DNA identity Testing Center is a leading provider of DNA testing services. We specialize in DNA paternity testing for legal and private use, and offer a wide range of familial relationship tests. We provide Legal DNA paternity tests are designed especially for use in a court of law.

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Adoption
Adoption
Once a Court has approved an adoption, the adopting parents are legally the parents of that child, responsible for the support, maintenance and education of the child. Adoptions, when final, are permanent and the child’s birth certificate is altered to reflect the adopting parents as that child’s parents. The child also will inherit from adoptive parents, just as natural born children inherit.
Paternity
Parents who are not married may disagree over the time each of them should be with the child, who should make the decisions in the child’s life and what support should be paid. The law provides a framework and guidelines to help such parents establish a working relationship in rearing their children. When parties cannot agree, the Court will decide who will be making the major decisions in the children’s lives, the times when the children will be with each parent and what support, if any, will be paid between parents.
Paternity Case
A paternity case is a court case between two parents who were not married when the mother became pregnant and are still not married. If there is a question about who is the father, or if the father denies being the father, the court can order genetic marker tests and then enter an order finding the man to be the legal father. This is called establishing paternity.
Paternity Test
Paternity Test
DITC – DNA identity Testing Center determines whether a man could be the biological father of a child. We all inherit our DNA (the genetic material) from our biological parents. A DNA paternity test compares a child’s DNA pattern with that of the alleged father to check for evidence of this inheritance—the most definitive proof of a biological relationship.
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